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Two Travelers New
by Sarah Tolmie


"Two Travelers is a magical evocation of the outsider experience, a book that transports its characters to strange new worlds, where they must make their way despite language barriers and culture shock. Sarah Tolmie's lyrical prose guides readers through vividly imagined cultures where the fate of a kingdom hangs on the outcome of a dance, or where, as your family's size changes, so too must your name."
   —A.M. Dellamonia, author of A Daughter of No Nation and The Nature of a Pirate

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Will Do Magic for Small Change New
by Andrea Hairston


The entire work is filled with magic, celebrating West Africans, Native Americans, art, and love that transcends simple binary genders. Hairston's novel is a completely original and stunning work.
 —Publishers Weekly, April 2016

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Roadsouls New
by Betsy James


Roadsouls explores the power of art and creativity for transforming not only one’s own life but also the world one lives in. “If you long for a fantasy world that your senses could live in, read this book. Its backbone is the wandering life of a sort of gypsy-hippie-circus group traveling a pre-industrial landscape and offering a way out to the misfits and throw-aways of the local villages."—Suzy McKee Charnas, author of The Holdfast Chronicles

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Marginalia to Stone Bird New
by Rose Lemberg


In this powerful debut collection, Rannu Award-winning poet Rose Lemberg explores the deep-rooted fluidity of gender, tradition, language, and desire in landscapes as familiar as high fantasy and as foreign as San Francisco. By turns devastating and deeply hopeful, Marginalia to Stone Bird writes a fearless commentary on our history and others.

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The Merril Theory of Lit'ry Criticism New
by Judith Merril


Decades ago, Samuel R. Delany declared that “Merril…is perhaps the most important intra-genre critic the field has had and…the absence of any of her critical work in book form, in a field aspiring to take itself seriously, is preposterous.… [O]ne cannot know the history of science fiction from 1956 to 1969 if one has not read the brilliant commentary that runs through Merril’s best-of-the-year anthologies for that period.” Now, in 2016, Aqueduct brings Judith Merril and her place in that history to today’s readers.

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Unpronounceable New
by Susan diRende


Earth has discovered it is not alone in the universe. The aliens—pink, shapeless, and peaceful—are very nice, but after a string of failed diplomatic missions, they ask Earth to stop with the crazies and send someone normal. In frustration, the UN devises a lottery to pick the next ambassador. Enter Rose Delancy, a Jersey waitress with a grudge against pretty much the whole world...

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